How I like to work
I’m interesting in forging long term relationships with clients, rather than pushing hard sells.
My approach is centered on trust, high quality content and clearly targeted ads. If you are more interested in rapid growth, paying for likes or bending the #AD rules, we are unlikely to gel.
If my style suits your style, get in touch to arrange a free, fifteen minute, no obligation chat – if we click, we’ll take it from there. If not, I’ll put you in touch with someone who may be better suited to your project.
My areas of expertise
I have a wealth of experience in writing content, copy and social media campaigns that appeal to parents of tinies, toddlers, tweens and teens.
I am also adept at converting dry, technical information into easily digestible copy and content. Think product manufacturing and financial services.
As well as having a solid grounding in traditional writing services, I am fully versed in managing financial promotion regs, safeguarding requirements and complaints.
How I make my money
Please get in touch for an outline rate card. If the rates feel prohibitive, I can chat through creative ways I can support you (although please keep in mind that I work for money, not exposure).
I don’t place google ads here and I pay to remove WordPress ads from the site. I will sometimes take part in affiliate link schemes. When I do this, I’ll make it clear.
Portfolio and fees
Organisations I have worked for include online parenting networks, schools, community-based artists, and product manufacturers. Sectors include digital, education, the arts, manufacturing and financial services.
A copy of my portfolio is available on request as is an introduction to my fees. Please drop me an email or complete the contact form and I will send you over a copy of both.
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“I am so pleased that I was pointed in the direction of abby for social media support…. thanks to her cheery, relevant, diverse and, importantly, strategic tweets and facebook posts, the reach of the project was undoubtedly extended. those women who became aware of, and subsequently attended, the event, encouraged by abby’s interventions, arrived informed and enthused. ”
sarah filmer, artist